2019 Annexus Grenache



A selection from our best Grenache from exceptional vintages, including fruit from 160+ year old ancestor vines. 2019 SOLD OUT – 2021 Vintage coming soon

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Latest Reviews

97 points “Open-top fermented with a smatter of whole bunches; matured for 15 months in used French hogsheads. Vinified with the reverance such fruit deserves, from the bright colour to the cherry, plum and spice of the long and supple palate. The finish and aftertaste are positively fresh.” James Halliday, Weekend Australian Magazine, January 2022

96 points Fullish to medium in weight, with a deep core of perfectly presented dark red, black and blue fruits backed by eastern spices and baked earth, it reveals a heady, faintly meaty bouquet of rose petals, redcurrants, cranberries and red cherries overlying notes of paprika, cinnamon and licorice. Wrapped around a drying spine of firm, dusty tannins and punctuated by mouthwatering acids, it’s as richly flavoured as it is vivacious, finishing savoury and harmonious.” Jeremy Oliver, jeremyoliver.com

95 points “2019 and 2020 were warm, dry years in the Barossa, and I think it’s years like these where we see what producers are made of. Do they give in to the climate, are they defeated by it, or do they work within the new set of conditions presented to them and make magic regardless? I think you know what I’m going to say here. The 2019 Annexus Grenache is bright and pliable, with layers of ripe but fresh fruit shaped by firm, fine, malleable tannins. This is a brilliant wine. All things are in balance, so drink it whenever you like; however, the beauty of primary fruit is vitality, and I like to see a bit of that in my glass.” Erin Larkin, The Wine Advocate, July 2022

94 pointsShifting the dial on mono-dimensional, blobby grenache of the Barossa here. Intense, tannin-shaped red of fuller weight but medium flavour and perfume yet still lets you at the lustiness and riper fruit potential of Barossa, just more balanced and athletic. If you get the drift. Tells the palate who is boss but has some ice skates on too. Raspberry, cola, mint and eucalyptus, sandalwood all woven together here. Really great sense of power. Those tannins holding court, hold the tongue firm. Serious feeling grenache of depth and interest here.Mike Bennie, The Wine Front, July 2021



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